#BePrepared by being aware
Disaster Safety & Preparedness
Natural disasters are a constant threat, so it is important we do everything we can to protect our families, our homes, and ourselves from their potentially devastating effects.
In order to stay safe no matter what bad weather comes your way, please see the below disaster safety information.
Is Your Family Prepared?
If an emergency happens in your community, it may take emergency workers some time to reach you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours.
Learn how quick and easy it is to become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere. Use Your Emergency Preparedness Guide to create your own emergency plan. Use the checklists to build a 72-hour emergency kit. These basic steps will help you take care of yourself and your loved ones during an emergency.
Alberta’s diverse landscape and weather contribute to a wide range of hazards such as extreme temperatures, tornadoes, wildfires, blizzards, flooding and more.
Identifying the hazards near you and understanding your risk to them is an important step to being prepared, so you can better navigate disruptions when they occur and get back to your life and work sooner.
Take one step today and learn what to do before, during and after an emergency.
For more information, visit the Province of Alberta Hazard Preparedness page.
Environment Canada Weather Office
1.900.565.4455; a $2.99 per-minute charge applies.
Canadian Red Cross
613.740.1900 or check for your local branch phone number.
St. John Ambulance
613.236.7461 or check for your local branch phone number. Toll-free: 1.888.840.5646
416.425.2111 or check for your local branch phone number.
Alberta Emergency Management Agency
Telephone: (780) 422.9000 / Toll-free: 310.0000